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Ulysses HISCALE Publications and Presentations


Ulysses HISCALE Publications in Astronomy and Astrophysics



Note: Astronomy and Astrophysics abstracts and articles published before 2001 are not available on the journal website at this time. Submission drafts are presented below.



Buttighoffer, A., Solar Electron Beams Associated with Radio Type III Bursts: Propagation Channels Observed by Ulysses Between 1 and 4 AU, Astron. Astrophys., 335, 295, 1998.




Sayle, K. A., and G. M. Simnett, High Latitude Ulysses Observations of CIR Accelerated Ions and Electrons, Astron. Astrophys., 331, 401, 1998.




Biesecker, D. A., A Search for 3He Enhancements in SEP and CIR-Associated Events with ULYSSES/HI-SCALE, Astron. Astrophys., 316, 487, 1996.




Lanzerotti, L. J., C. G. Maclennan, T. P. Armstrong, E. C. Roelof, R. E. Gold, and R. B. Decker, Low Energy Charged Particles in the High Latitude Heliosphere, Astron. Astrophys., 316, 457, 1996.




Roelof, E. C., G. M. Simnett, and S. J. Tappin, The Regular Structure of Shock-Accelerated ~40-100 keV Electrons in the High Latitude Heliosphere, Astron. Astrophys., 316, 481, 1996.




Manganey, A., M. Pick, S. Hoang, P. Chaizy, K. Anderson, L. J. Lanzerotti, R. P. Lin, E. T. Sarris, R. Forsyth, J. L. Phillips, and S. Enome, Observations by Ulysses of a Pure Electron Event and Its Associated Type III Radio Emission of 15 December 1990, Astron. Astrophys., 283, 982, 1994.




Tappin, S. J., E. C. Roelof, and L. J. Lanzerotti, Particle Acceleration by an Interplanetary Shock-pair Seen at Ulysses at 3.15 AU, Astron. Astrophys., 292, 311, 1994.




Lanzerotti, L. J., R. E. Gold, K. A. Anderson, T. P. Armstrong, R. P. Lin, S. M. Krimigis, M. Pick, E. C. Roelof, E. T. Sarris, G. M. Simnett, and W. E. Frain, Heliosphere Instrument for Spectral, Composition and Anisotropy at Low Energies, Astron. Astrophys. Suppl., 92, 349, 1992. For a scanned version of the entire paper (used with permission), click here.





Updated 8/8/19, Cameron Crane


Manufacturer: ESA provided the Ulysses spacecraft, NASA provided the power supply, and various others provided its instruments.

Mission End Date: June 30, 2009

Destination: The inner heliosphere of the sun away from the ecliptic plane

Orbit:  Elliptical orbit transversing the polar regions of the sun outside of the ecliptic plane